Truckee Police logs
Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for March 18-25, along with previously unreported incidents.
Officers took a report of an intoxicated subject repeatedly knocking on his ex-girlfriend’s door on Donner Pass Road. The subject was detained and later released.
A driver was pulled over for vehicle code violation on Torrey Pine Road. The driver was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon within the vehicle.
Subject came to the police department stating he had a warrant for his arrest. Truckee Police Department dispatch confirmed that the subject had two outstanding warrants for his arrest. The subject was arrested and booked into Nevada County Sheriff’s Office Jail in Truckee.
Officers stopped a vehicle for vehicle code violation. The driver was arrested for DUI and driving on a suspended driving license.
On 3/3/13 a subject was arrested for being intoxicated in public. On 3/21/13 the subject came to the police department to report his backpack was missing. The subject said he had the backpack prior to being arrested.
Officers located a subject who had a warrant for his arrest. The subject ran away on foot from officers but was located and arrested a short time later.
Officers contacted two subjects laying in the roadway on Deerfield Drive. One of the subjects had a warrant from Placer County. The subject was cited and released.
An unknown suspect used a victim’s credit card information to purchase items off the internet.
Officers responded to a report of possible child abuse on Waters Way. Contact was made with the involved parties and there were no signs of abuse found. Report was taken for documentation only.
A victim of an apparent assault contacted the Truckee Police Department to file a report. The victim was assaulted at a local bar by an unknown subject. The victim did not wish prosecution; however, he wished the incident documented.
A subject reported he rode his bicycle through a roadway pot hole, which cost damage to his bike.
A subject called police to report that his girlfriend had left the house with several bottles of medicine and a picture of her son. The girlfriend then wrote him saying she was going to a place where she wouldn’t be a bother to him. The girlfriend was located and transported to Tahoe Forest Hospital for a mental health evaluation.
Victim reported her advertising magnets were stolen off of her work vehicle on River Park Place.
Officers reported two vehicle, non- injury vehicle collision.
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